A&M Studio’s curated and created – Naman, The Tribute Concert saw its final day with various high energy and versatile singers coming together to create magic on the last day of the 3 day concert. The artists who came together from across countries – from all over India, from UAE, Canada and USA, raised bars once again with their melodious songs, music and dance performances.
On the finale and warp-up of the 3 day digital tribute concert, Manpreet Singh Kochar, Founder and CEO of A&M Studio said, “ We at A&M Studio thank everyone who joined in, participated and encouraged the 40+ amazing artists, from across the world – India, UAE, Canada & USA and who did their best to cheer and entertain you and helped raise funds for children in need with the help of Child Help Foundation. I would also like to thank our audiences from across the world who tuned in and encouraged our artists and also donated generously for our cause. A special mention to all our partners – Fever 104FM, The Crazy Yogi Koffie, Loudest.In, Everything Experiential, One Loop, NewsMobile and Social Street to have always supported and partnered with us.”
The show was anchored by Fever FM’s RJ Karan Singh, the multifaceted Joe Baath and the gregarious Bhavana Bhatia, with opening and closing messages from Manpreet Singh Kochar. The witty and thoroughly entertaining anchors wove the entire concert seamlessly. With their nuances, mini stories, anecdotes and dances, they carried so much energy with them that it was felt across audiences.
The artists, musicians and dancers who performed enthralled thousands of viewers and listeners: Auxilia Sequeira, Vini Gora, Bhrigu Parashar, Krishnakali Saha, Sharmita Dutta, Meenal Verma, Amrita Talukder, Kshitij Saxena, Ustad Ghulam Abbas Khan, Glory Guliani, Arun Singh, Raina Sen, Shantanu Banerjee, Mallika Malhotra, Mehak Malhotra (The Malhotra Sisters) and Shahzad Ali.
The highlights of the day were Bhrigu Parashar with his romantic medleys, Sharmita Dutta with her melodious voice taking audiences on a journey of hindi and bengali music and various other genres, Amrita Talukder for her zesty fusion, Meenal Verma for her energic dance performance which reminded us of the original dancer, none other than the gorgeous actress Madhuri Dixit. Kshitij Saxena floored us with his soul touching flute performance, Ustad Ghulam Abbas Khan Shahab took us on a journey of ghazals with some of his original compositions. A special mention to Shantanu & Raina, the power packed duo who joined us from Canada and also Glory Guliani from Canada as well. The mind-blowing Malhotra sisters took the energy notches up with their energic and rocking performance and added punjabi tadka to the concert. This was followed by Shahzad Ali, as the evening finale with soulful sufi and old classics, a perfect way to pay tribute.
Along with audiences from across the world, we had various corporate head honchos, Shri Pravesh Sippy, from NN Sippy Productions, Sanjay Jain, Ex-CMO of Reliance Capital, Chairman and Editor in Chief of Businessworld group of companies Dr. Annurag Batra who constantly encouraged the artists with their appreciation.
A&M Studio Naman is co-presented by The Crazy Yogi Koffie – freshly roasted artisanal koffie. An artisanal koffie that is roasted and delivered to your doorstep within 72 hours of roasting. Will be shortly available on order from their website: www.thecrazyyogi.com
Also, co-presented by Loudest.In, the music media online publication.
The concert is powered by Fever 104 FM, and co-partnered Everything Experiential, One Loop, NewsMobile and Social Street.
A&M Studio has also partnered with Child Help Foundation, with an objective to raise funds for children from marginalized sections, who need support during the lockdown. We thank all those who have donated generously towards this initiative.